2017 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 389

The very first Sun Odyssey 389 to become available second-hand in Australia! This example is a 2-cabin with additional saloon double, and has the conventional sail-plan with 125% overlap genoa and also has a symmetric spinnaker. With the GRP bow-sprit it is ready equipped to carry a furling Code 0 or furling Assy. It could also easily have a self-tacking jib.

This yacht was displayed at the Sydney Show in 2017 and has cruised from Melbourne to The Whitsundays and taken part in Hamilton Island Race Week, so fully optioned for East Coast cruising including life-raft and the appropriate safety options such as AIS, MOB device etc

The Sun Odyssey 379/389 is renowned for its handling a sailing ability. It is beautifully light on the helm, stable having a STIX of 35.83, and a quick passage maker. In fact they perform so well that many are club or twilight raced, and like this one has ventured North for the winter regattas in the sun.

Being a 2-cabin layout the saloon is spacious with seating opposite the dinette, and it has the deluxe saloon table allowing seating to dine from the port side, as well as the quick conversion kit to form an additional double when required.

The head features a separate toilet/shower stall, behind which is a huge stowage space which is also accessible from the cockpit. There is also abundant storage space throughout the saloon and galley, including a wet hanging locker aft of the nav’ table.

The owners cabin has a double that is 2.02m x 1.94m and a large hanging locker and two opening ports as well as a hull port with aircraft style blind, while the v-berth is 2.07m long by 1.85m at its widest and has two hanging lockers.

This is a very well optioned yacht that offers a huge saving on a new order. For further details please contact PBS today.

Price: SOLD
Price Base: SOLD
Brand: Jeanneau
Model: SUN ODYSSEY 389
Length: 37.00 Feet
Year: 2017
Category: Cruising Yachts
Hull Type: GRP
Hull Style: Single
Power Type: Sail
Type Of Sales: Dealer
Engine Make: Yanmar
Engine Type: Yanmar
Condition: Used
State: New South Wales
Registration Expiry Date: N/A
HIN Number: SPBNF375G617
Stock Number: PBS200702
Registration Number: B389
Designer : Marc Lombard
Builder : Jeanneau
Water (Potable) Capacity (l) : 330 l
Hull Construction Material : GRP
Hull Type : Mono
Deck Construction Material : GRP
Country Origin : France
Length (feet) : 37 feet
Beam/Width (m) : 3.76 m
Draft (m) : 1.98 m
Keel/Ballast : 1996
Dry Weight (kgs) : 6920 kgs
Deadrise (degrees) : N/A
Number of Helms : 2
Displacement : 7000
Height on Trailer (m) : N/A m
Length on Trailer (m) : N/A m
Colour : White
Engine Notes : 3YM30
Number Of Engines : 1
Engine Standard : Yes
Stroke : Direct Injection
Engine Hours : 1580
Horse Power (hp) : 29
Drive Type : Sail-drive
Generator : No
Number of Batteries : 4
Fuel Type : Diesel
Number of Fuel Tanks : 1
Fuel Tank Capacity (L) : 130 l
Propeller : Flexofold 3-blade folding
Steering System : Cable
Bow Thruster : No
Stern Thruster : No
Accomodation Notes : 2-cabin with saloon double conversion
Number of Berths : 4/6
Number of Showers : Head and transom
Shower Type : Hot & Cold
Number of Toilets : 1
Toilet Type : Manual
Holding Tank (L) : 60
Galley Notes : L-shaped
Stove : 2-Burner
Refrigeration : 12v 185 Litre top and front loading, with freezer tray
Number of Sinks : 2
Entertainment and Appliances Notes : Fusion stereo
Anchor / Winch : Electric
Bilge Pump : Manual & Electric
Deck Gear : Harken with main-sheet traveller & German mainsheet system
Mast/Rigging : Seldon alloy + spinnaker pole
Sail Inventory : Conventional Premium Dacron
Electrics : 12v + shore-power & solar
Electronics Navigation : Hybrid touch MFD/Plotter cockpit table mounted, log/depth/wind display and linear drive Autopilot, VHF and AIS.
Dinghy : Yes with Suzuki 2.5hp
Safety Gear : Coastal
Covers : Spray-dodger, bimini and infill
Ground Tackle : 50m of chain with 30m of warp
Watermaker / De-Sal : No
GPS : Yes
Has Navigation Lights : LED
Radio : VHF with Cockpit remote
Number of Life Jackets : 4
Vessel Name : Mynooka
Anti-foul : June 2020